Since 2008, STD Test has been providing home certified, approved and doctor recommended Rapid Screen Test Kit’s, that require just a few drops of self-collected finger-stick blood, a small urine sample or a saliva sample. According to recent statistics the area is seeing a steady rise in the number of infections reported each year, and health officials are not expecting these percentage rates to change until everyone understands the importance of regular testing. What could be easier? Herpes testing at home is quicker than a herpes test at a STD clinic. Without treatment, 20% to 40% of women with Chlamydia suffer pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). You will get your result at the same appointment. If you are uninsured, you may qualify for a state-funded program or a lower fee scale.
Or you can also use Bitcoin. Chlamydia is easily cured, often with just one dose of antibiotics. Chlamydia is a very common bacterial infection, affecting both men and women. Even though medically accurate information on HIV and STDs is now included in the curriculum, the number of infections is still continuing to rise. Chlamydia is the UK’s most prevalent sexually transmitted infection and is caused by a tiny bacterium, Chlamydia trachomatis. Although Chlamydia is easily treated (b y a short course of antibiotics) it is a problematic disease because, in the early stages of infection, about 75% of women and up to 50% of men do not have any symptoms. Due to the asymptomatic nature of the infection many men and women are affected without even realising it – Chlamydia is often referred to as the ‘silent’ disease.
If your test result is positive, with your permission, the Wyoming Department of Health is confidentially informed of your name to facilitate follow-up counseling and referral for appropriate services. For this reason, Chlamydia has now become very widespread – more than 45,000 new infections are diagnosed in sexual health clinics each year, and the number of cases reported in England in the last 10 years has risen by nearly 50%. Chlamydia affects all age groups but is particularly prevalent in the under 30’s – if you are under 30, and sexually active you have a 1 in 10 chance of having Chlamydia and you may not even know it. The good news is that, once detected, Chlamydia is very treatable, and if dealt with quickly is unlikely to cause any complications. Preventx’s Chlamydia Self-Check Personal Screening Test Kits are quick and convenient and will give you a result in minutes in the privacy of your own home. The fear of being singled out due to the type of infection can prevent some residents from being seen at a health clinic, which often leads to the disease being spread throughout the community. If you contract Chlamydia without showing any symptoms, you will not know unless you have a test.
Therefore it is very important to take a test if you have had unprotected sex with a new partner recently or you or your partner has had unprotected sex with other partners. You can reduce your chances of getting Chlamydia or giving it to your partner by using condoms every time you have sexual intercourse. This is especially important if you are not in a long term monogamous relationship or are having sex with a new partner. Make sure your friends and colleagues have heard about the infection and its consequences. Encourage them to use the Chlamydia test or get a check-up if they think they may be at risk.